Making the case for an international non-profit credit rating agency
4 June 2012

The credit rating industry is dominated by private companies, and participants at a Policy Dialogue discussed whether is there a role for international non-profit or governmental rating agencies too.

Making the case for an international non-profit credit rating agency


Rio+20 – The U.S. outlook to a ‘green economy’
31 May 2012

The upcoming Rio+20 UN Conference on Sustainable Development offers a chance to shape future global policy and reconcile environmental, economic and social concerns, heard participants in a Policy Briefing with Dr. Kerri-Ann Jones, United States Assistant Secretary of State for Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific Affairs.

Rio+20


Workshop 3 - developing external relations
30 May 2012

This Task Force meeting addressed the issue of developing external relations in the field of labour migration.


Boosting growth in Europe and securing the future for the single currency
30 May 2012

The EPC was delighted to welcome European Central Bank President Mario Draghi to the Résidence Palace in Brussels for a discussion on boosting growth in Europe and securing the future for the single currency.

Boosting growth in Europe and securing the future for the single currency


The U.S. elections 2012 – What do they mean for Europe?
24 May 2012

November’s presidential election in the USA will be extremely close, but Electoral College votes are likely to tip the balance in Democrat incumbent Barack Obama’s favour, heard participants in a Briefing with David Mark, senior editor of Politico.

US elections 2012


A two-speed Europe – A route out of the crisis?
23 May 2012

The European Union is at a crossroads: Europe won’t be able to retain its leading position in the world without resolving the crisis, heard participants in a Briefing with -Claude Piris, former director-general of the Legal Service of the Council of the European Union.

A two-speed Europe – A route out of the crisis?


Fostering innovation in the health arena - What role for health technology assessments? - Roundtable
23 May 2012

Financing and delivering health services requires that decisions are made about the way the health system is organised and what health interventions will be promoted and reimbursed. Making these decisions requires information about the safety, benefits and cost-effectiveness of different solutions.


Ukraine-EU relations: at the Rubicon
18 May 2012

This high-level debate, held in Kyiv, Ukraine, included a number of panel debates dedicated to the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement, trade and visa liberalisation issues.


Armenia after the elections
16 May 2012

Armenia still has some way to go before it conforms to international standards of democracy, heard participants in a Policy Dialogue.

Armenia after the elections


A European civil service fit for the 21st century?
10 May 2012

The European Union is under pressure to keep a tight grip on its budget as austerity bites holes in national coffers, heard participants in a Breakfast Policy Briefing with European Commission Vice-President Maroš Šefčovič.

European civil service


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